Lexington County Sheriff’s Dept. releases photos of burglary
From the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department Lexington County detectives are looking for the public’s help in the search for a man and woman who witnesses have seen near multiple burglary locations. According to detectives, a white male and a white female, both in their late 30s to early 40s, have been […]Read More >>
New homes being built in West Columbia
More homes are being built in West Columbia. Residential units, many single-family, are being added, after some lean years for building. In the last month or so, about 30 acres of property, containing with more than 100 homes, have been annexed into the City of West Columbia. Two single-family-home developments, […]Read More >>
USC picked 4th; will lack of respect, motivate Gamecocks?
Gamecocks picked to finish fourth in SEC-East Last year, South Carolina was picked to win it all in the East. In 2015, not so much. At the conclusion of SEC Media Days in Hoover, Ala. The Gamecocks, after a 7-6 season and 3-5 in the SEC in 2014, were voted […]Read More >>
Airport High teacher named 2015 S.C. TSA Advisor of the Year!
Members of the Technology Student Association (TSA) of Airport High and Fulmer Middle Schools represented Lexington School District Two well at the annual National TSA Conference in Dallas, Texas June 28-July 2. Mrs. Terri Southern, math teacher and sponsor of Airport’s TSA, accompanied the TSA students to Dallas. At the conference, Mrs. […]Read More >>
Is Spurrier “spinning” 7-6 record, or what?
Gamecock football coach fights back at critics! After South Carolina lost double-digit leads, and the game, in the fourth quarter three times in 2014, everyone wanted answers. At times Gamecock Head Football Coach Steve Spurrier talked about coaching deficiencies. At other times he blamed himself, bad breaks, or the on-field […]Read More >>
Gov. Scott Walker draws enthusiastic response at Lexington stop
Lexington County is a must,” if you are going to compete in the GOP Presidential Primary. That’s what State Rep. Rick Quinn of Lexington said, at an event, Wednesday for Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wisc.) Walker packed Hudson’s Smokehouse restaurant, and played to an exuberant crowd of hundreds. Hudson’s is on […]Read More >>
Former South Congaree Police Chief Jason Amodio, gets house arrest, probation
Former South Congaree Police Chief Jason Amodio was sentenced to eight months home confinement, Wednesday and four years of probation. Amodio admitted to lying to a federal grand jury. “I am very sorry for what I have done,” Amodio said. “I have let down the community I’ve served.” The sentence […]Read More >>
Cayce’s Congaree Bluegrass Festival moves to Speedway
The Congaree Bluegrass Festival is expanding. Changes for the festival were announced last week at the Cayce City Council Meeting. The festival is scheduled for Oct. 3-4. It will be two days instead of one and it will be held at the Historic Columbia Speedway off of Charleston Highway, in […]Read More >>
Former South Congaree Police Chief to be sentenced, Wednesday
Former South Congaree police chief Jason Amodio is scheduled to be sentenced at 10 a.m. Wednesday, before U.S. Judge Joseph Anderson. The procedure will be at the federal courthouse in Columbia. Amodio pleaded guilty in March to perjury. That is a felony, but Amodio could avoid a prison sentence if […]Read More >>
Spurrier not quitting, has “wonderful situation” with Gamecocks
Gamecock Head Football Coach Steve Spurrier said he is not too old to coach football. “Age is just a number,” Spurrier said when asked about his coaching future. Fall camp begins in less than a month for college players. Spurrier was interviewed in Hoover, Ala. Tuesday as a part of […]Read More >>